The Grammys have become a near-ideal made-for-TV vehicle -- a musical show with few actual awards.
To hear Roger Ailes tell it, the powerful CEO of the Fox News Channel has little or no control over what his employees say. At least, that was the inference buried within Ailes' response to Arianna…
Throughout the 2008 campaign, long before he secured the nomination, I marveled at Barack Obama's mastery of television. There was perhaps no greater example of that than his remarkable appearance…
According to some analysts, the outcome of NBC's latenight nightmare was a little like the classic western "The Magnificent Seven."
If NBC has any remorse about the whole Jay Leno/Conan O'Brien mess that recently unfolded more publicly than anyone at the network would like, it can all be traced back to the way top brass (that is…
Docu is a slick sojourn through the show's staggering 36-year run.
Maybe it's time the party out of power started rethinking how they approach the annual State of the Union address. As it is, they applaud at all the mom and apple pie stuff, and look like they're…
"Survivor's" Jeff Probst turns to a more positive endeavor with "Live for the Moment."
As a one-time fan of "Pee-wee's Playhouse," I attended his return via a stage version at Club Nokia titled "The Pee-wee Herman Show" with considerable excitement. But the 90-minute production merely…
Further proof that Hollywood excels at irony: the same week that older writers were awarded in an age-discrimination lawsuit, a comedian who'll soon turn 60 uprooted a guy 13 years his junior as "The…
Every few years seem to produce a new wide-eyed Emma, whether needed or not.
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